Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma

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Via della Nocetta, 105 Rome 00164


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Venue Highlights


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Laundry service
  • Luggage storage
  • Room service
  • View (garden)
  • View (urban)
  • Voicemail box


  • Extended stay
  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Rental car service
  • Space (outdoor)
  • Wheelchair accessible

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

AV capabilities

  • High speed internet

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Indoor pool
  • Outdoor pool
  • Spa or salon
  • Water sports

Venue accessibility

  • Airport shuttle
  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Train


  • Dance floor
  • Portable walls
  • Staging area

Getting Here

BY TRAM: A tram stop is located close by the hotel. Take tram 8 (directionCasaletto) from Trastevere Train Station and get off at thelast stop, which is called ''Casaletto''. From Casaletto the distance is just 1 km. BY CAR: From FCO Airport: Take the A91 and drive to Take the Grande Raccordo Anulare / A90 towards Via Aurelia. Take exit 1 from the Grande Raccordo Anulare / A90 23.7 km; Continue on Via Aurelia for7.1 km Continue on Via Aurelia 2.5 km; Turn slightly right and take Largo Tomaso Perassi 130 m that makes a slight curve to the right and becomes Via Aurelia Antica continue for 2.5 km Turn slightly right to stay on Via Aurelia Antica Turn right to enter Via Leone XIII 1.0 km;Turn right and take Via della Nocetta 800 m; Turn left Your destination is on the left FROM all other directions: Take the Grande Raccordo Anulare / A90 towards Via Aurelia. Take exit 1 from the Grande Raccordo Anulare / A90 23.7 km; Continue on Via Aurelia for7.1 km Continue on Via Aurelia 2.5 km; Turn slightly right and take Largo Tomaso Perassi 130 m that makes a slight curve to the right and becomes Via Aurelia Antica continue for 2.5 km Turn slightly right to stay on Via Aurelia Antica Turn right to enter Via Leone XIII 1.0 km;Turn right and take Via della Nocetta 800 m; Turn left Your destination is on the left BY TRAIN: Take train from Termini (Central) Station and get off to Trastevere Station. From Trastevere take tram 8 or a taxi to the Hotel (3,7 Km)


  • Paid parking€10.00 / day
  • Bus parking

Distance from airport

  • 16.78 mi. from venue

Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma Meeting Space

Total meeting space15,069 sq. ft.
Meeting rooms15
Largest room3,014 sq. ft.
Second largest room1,938 sq. ft.
Space (Outdoor)Available
Exhibit Space4,306 sq. ft.

Guest Rooms

Total guest rooms235
Single (1 bed)164
Double (2 beds)71
Tax rate10%

Local Attractions

Via Condotti

7 km away
Via dei Condotti, known simply as via Condotti, is one of the best known streets in Rome. Located in the northern area of ​​the historic center (the so-called Trident), it connects via del Corso to Piazza di Spagna.Today it is the main luxury district of the capital, where there are the boutiques of: Dior, Gucci, Hermes, Bulgari, Armani etc..Along the street from Piazza di Spagna to Largo Goldoni (which opens next to the house, right on Via Condotti, where the playwright lived) you will find the following monuments of historical interest: Ancient Greek Café (18th century) Magistral Palace (or Palace of Malta) Ansellini Palace (19th century) Palazzo Della Porta Negroni Caffarelli (19th century) Avogadri Neri Palace (17th century) Megalotti Palace (XVIII century) Palazzo Maruscelli Lepri (17th century) It can be reached from the Spagna Metro station.
Via Condotti
Roma, IT

Villa Pamphilj

5 minutes away
Villa Doria Pamphilj is a park in the city of Rome, which like many other city parks originates from the country estate of a noble Roman family. It is also the headquarters of the Italian government. It covers a total area of 184 hectares and is considered one of the most important Roman villas, because it still retains the seventeenth-century arrangement and the main characteristics of the 18th and 19th centuries after centuries.
Rome, IT

Fontana di Trevi

Historical landmark
The Trevi Fountain is the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome.The symbol of the city it represents and probably also the grandeur of the fountain itself is at the origin of legends and anecdotes that thicken around it and that have become part of Roman popular culture.The best known and most persistent tradition is linked to throwing a coin into the fountain: doing this with your eyes closed, turning your back towards Palazzo Poli, would propitiate a future return to the city. The origins of the tradition could derive from the ancient custom of throwing oboles or small gifts in sacred sources to propitiate the local divinity, as for the wishing wells.Undoubtedly universally known symbol of the city of Rome, like other equally famous monuments, the fountain has become one of the icons of the city. As such, it could not therefore be ignored by the world of cinema, which was not indifferent to the magnificence and fame of the Trevi fountain and used its environment and image on several occasions.

Colosseum , Foro Romano and Palatine hill

Historical landmark
20 minutes away
Whether these sites come to mind when thinking of Rome and what makes it so popular and historically important, they really emphasize what it is that draws us all here: Ruins have a magical way of taking you back in time! Colosseum is the monument that sums up more than any other the often-contradictory characters of the most powerful and long-lived Empire that the West has ever known. Foro Romano is the beating heart of the Capital of the Empire, where you can admire, still intact, the old Senate, Titus, Septimius Severus and Constantine arches, house of the Vestal Virgins, the Ara of Caesar and the Via Sacra. Palatine Hill, a favorite place for the powerful and emperors to build their residences What better place for an emperor to gaze over their domain than the centermost hill of the Seven Hills of Rome, looking over the Roman Forum and the Circus Maximus?
Rome, IT

Spanish Steps

Historical landmark
Piazza di Spagna, with the Spanish Steps, is one of the most famous in Rome. It owes its name to the palace of Spain, seat of the Iberian state embassy to the Holy See.Piazza di Spagna in a photo from 1868. At the right corner of the staircase was the house of the English poet John Keats, who lived and died there in 1821, today transformed into a museum dedicated to his memory and that of his friend Percy Bysshe Shelley, full of books and memorabilia of Romanticism English. On the left corner there is, the Babington's Tea Room opened in 1893.The monumental staircase of 135 steps, commissioned by Cardinal Pierre Guérin de Tencin, was inaugurated by Pope Benedict XIII on the occasion of the Jubilee of 1725: it was built, thanks to French funding starting from 1721, to connect the embassy of the Bourbons of Spain, to which the square owes its name (which in the 17th century was "Piazza di Francia"), to the church of the Trinità dei Monti.


Historical landmark
20 minutes away
Vatican City, there are a lot of mysteries and misconceptions surrounding Vatican City, the smallest country in the world or the center of christianity. For many tourists it is simply a must-see, can you imagine coming to Rome and not visiting the Vatican?! You’ll admire masterpieces that generations of popes have commissioned from the most illustrious artist from Michelangelo to Bernini.You will walk through corridors and rooms once residence of popes, including the Borgia apartment, the Galleries of Geographical Maps and Tapestries, the Sistine Chapel and it's "Last judgement" then the Basilica. An unique and extraordinary experience!
Rome, IT


It is located on the right bank of the Tiber and south of the Vatican City, and includes the plain on the bend of the river and the Janiculum hill. It is bordered to the south and west by the Gianicolo Walls, to the north by the Galleria Principe di Savoia-Aosta, to the east by the Tiber River.oday Trastevere still maintains its character thanks to the winding streets covered with cobblestones overlooked by medieval public houses. The night is filled with people, both Italian and foreign, thanks to the wealth of typical Roman restaurants, clubs and pubs for every price range.Another feature that characterizes the area are the monuments to Gioachino Belli and the Roman poet Trilussa. The district in the oldest part is a tangle of alleys dotted with numerous small squares. Subsequent interventions in the area also stand out, implemented to create larger and more functional squares and generally dating back to the opening of viale Trastevere, originally called viale del Re first, then viale del Lavoro and viale dei Lavoratori.


Surrounded by the greenery of the Valle dei Casali park, The Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma is situated in a dominant position that offers a striking landscape of the hills surrounding the eternal city. * Completely renovated in 2020 the Hotel Villa Pamphili Roma is a modern and relaxing "urban resort" in the Eternal City. * 235 elegant rooms * congress centre with 15 meeting rooms with advanced technology, flexible and modular spaces with natural light, *2 restaurants with gastronomic cuisine à la carte and banqueting *1 American bar *1 pool bar adjacent to the semi-Olympic swimming pool with a solarium of 500sqm surrounded by greenery. * Rooftop lounge on the 5th floor of the building has a panoramic view of the city and is the pride of the hotel. *Spa, 800square-meters oasis offers holistic therapies that blend ancient Roman thermae healing rituals with the most advanced wellness and beauty treatments; *Gym that combine sophisticated training and smart technology to meet your health and fitness needs. * Business centre 24h * Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel


High season
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Mar 1 – Jul 14
Shoulder season
Nov 1 – Nov 30
Low season
Jul 15 – Aug 31
Jan 1 – Feb 28
Dec 1 – Dec 31

Cancellation Policy


Additional Information

Just 15 minutes from Vatican City and Trastevere and Testaccio districts, Rome’s main attractions are within easy reach, such as the Colosseum, the Imperial Forums and Spanish Steps. Fiumicino Airport is a 30-minute drive away, while Termini station is only 25 minutes away.

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